The 10 most anticipated games of the second half of 2022

2022 has been a great year so far and already has some great releases, such as Horizon Forbidden West, Elden Ring, Gran Turismo 7 and many more. But, they say living in the past is a museum – not that 2022 games are already old… it’s just a force of expression – so gamers are already looking forward to what’s to come come.

How about peeking into the window of the future? Discover the most anticipated matches of the second half:

God of War: Ragnarok (no confirmed date)

One of the most anticipated games of the year for PlayStation fans, God of War Ragnarok promises to continue the unforgettable adventure of the 2018 game Brutal Deeds and Conspiracies Against the Family of Odin.

The Last of Us Part I (September 2)

The Last of Us Part I will be a complete remake of the original game and will feature next-gen visuals, now adapted to PS5 hardware. Joel and Ellie’s epic journey will feature control and accessibility improvements, as well as exploration and combat improvements, including the revitalized Left Behind DLC with Naughty Dog’s new graphics engine.

Hogwarts Legacy (no confirmed date)

Hogwarts Legacy will turn players into students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. On an action-packed map, students will explore castle monuments, learn about potions, transfiguration, herbalism and more, and battle magical creatures that threaten the stability of the enchanted universe. The title is one of the most anticipated games of the year by fans of games and the Harry Potter franchise.

Forspoken (October 11)

Forspoken is an action RPG from Square Enix based on parallel realities. In the title, players will take on the role of Faye, a young American girl mysteriously taken to a fantasy realm. Gifted with unique powers and abilities, the young girl must find her way home by dealing with the undead creatures that have infested the lands of Athia.

New Need for Speed​​(no confirmed date)

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Developed by Codemasters and Criterion, but still without a release date, the new Need for Speed ​​​​could be a next-gen exclusive and should implement many improvements in the franchise, emerging as one of the most anticipated games in the saga. So far, weather variations and a Chicago-inspired map have been rumored, highlighting a huge region to explore.

The Callisto Protocol (December 2)

Developed by the creator of Dead Space, The Callisto Protocol is a sci-fi space horror experience set on Jupiter’s moon. After being locked up in the maximum security prison of Black Iron, Jacob Lee will discover the terrible secrets of the United Jupiter Company and must use his survival instinct to fight, avoid or adapt to the dangers of the shadows.

Gotham Knights (October 25)

With Batman dead, it’s up to the team of Batgirl, Nightwing, Red Hood and Robin to protect Gotham and regain what little hope the citizens have left. To do this, Gotham Knights team of heroes must solve mysteries, defeat classic villains, and engage in epic clashes, all with enhanced team dynamics and a dedicated RPG system.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II (October 28)

Explosions, intensity and plenty of action await fans in Modern Warfare II. Task Force 141 returns in one of the most anticipated games of 2022 for revitalized missions and new engagement dynamics, including diving mechanics, stealth, improved artificial intelligence and brand-new gameplay moments. main campaign.

A Plague Tale: Requiem (no confirmed date)

A direct sequel to the events of Innocence, A Plague Tale: Requiem follows Amicia and Hugo’s journey south. Determined to start a new life and control Hugo’s curse, the brothers find themselves in a new nightmare when these destructive powers awaken. Now they must leave for a mysterious, prophesied island that supposedly holds the key to salvation.

Sonic Frontiers (no confirmed date)

Isolated on a mysterious island, Sonic must run to solve puzzles and save his friends. In Sonic Frontiers, the franchise’s charismatic adventure formula will be reworked into an “open area” format, where players must explore maps, unlock skills, defeat giant bosses, and find purpose in a contemplative, lonely region.

What are your most anticipated games for the rest of the year? Do you plan to buy one at launch? Leave your opinion in the comments.

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